Senate

Voters can make a change in 2018, and these 2 Republicans are the most vulnerable in the Senate.

Sen. Dean Heller
NV-SEN

  • After pledging to “protect” Planned Parenthood, Heller reneged on his promise less than 24 hours later
  • Voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to repeal Obamacare without a replacement plan

Sen. Jeff Flake
AZ-SEN

  • Voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to repeal Obamacare without a replacement plan
  • Voted against strengthening equal pay protections and ensuring women are fairly compensated for their work

House

Women can flip the House in 2018—and it starts with unseating these 48 vulnerable Republicans.

Rep. Martha McSally
AZ-02

  • Voted for the House Republican health care plan to kick 23 million people off their insurance
  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women

Rep. Jeff Denham
CA-10

  • Voted for the House Republican health care plan to kick 23 million people off their insurance
  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women

Rep. Devin Nunes
CA-22

  • Voted for the House Republican health care plan to kick 23 million people off their insurance
  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women

Rep. Steve Knight
CA-25

  • Voted for the House Republican health care plan to kick 23 million people off their insurance
  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women

Rep. Ed Royce
CA-39

  • Voted for the House Republican health care plan to kick 23 million people off their insurance
  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women

Rep. Mimi Walters
CA-45

  • Voted for the House Republican health care plan to kick 23 million people off their insurance
  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women

Rep. Dana Rohrabacher
CA-48

  • Voted for the Republican health care plan to kick 23 million people off their insurance
  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women

Rep. Darrell Issa
CA-49

  • Voted for the House Republican health care plan to kick 23 million people off their insurance
  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women

Rep. Scott Tipton
CO-03

  • Voted for the House Republican health care plan to kick 23 million people off their insurance
  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women

Rep. Mike Coffman
CO-06

  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women
  • Cosponsored a bill that would have redefined rape

Rep. Ron DeSantis
FL-06

  • Voted for the House Republican health care plan to kick 23 million people off their insurance
  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women

Rep. Brian Mast
FL-18

  • Voted for the House Republican health care plan to kick 23 million people off their insurance
  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Supported overturning Roe v. Wade

Rep. Carlos Curbelo
FL-26

  • Voted for the House Republican health care plan to kick 23 million people off their insurance
  • Voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women

Rep. Rod Blum
IA-01

  • Voted for the House Republican health care plan to kick 23 million people off their insurance
  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women

Rep. David Young
IA-03

  • Voted for the House Republican health care plan to kick 23 million people off their insurance
  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women

Rep. Pete Roskam
IL-06

  • Voted for the House Republican health care plan to kick 23 million people off their insurance
  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women

Rep. Rodney Davis
IL-13

  • Voted for the House Republican health care plan to kick 23 million people off their insurance
  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women

Rep. Kevin Yoder
KS-03

  • Voted for the House Republican health care plan to kick 23 million people off their insurance
  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women

Rep. Bruce Poliquin
ME-02

  • Voted for the House Republican health care plan to kick 23 million people off their insurance
  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women

Rep. Tim Walberg
MI-07

  • Voted for the House Republican health care plan to kick 23 million people off their insurance
  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women

Rep. Mike Bishop
MI-08

  • Voted for the House Republican health care plan to kick 23 million people off their insurance
  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women

Rep. David Trott
MI-11

  • Voted for the House Republican health care plan to kick 23 million people off their insurance
  • Voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women

Rep. Jason Lewis
MN-02

  • Voted for the House Republican health care plan to kick 23 million people off their insurance
  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Said single women were “ignorant” for being concerned about birth control coverage

Rep. Greg Gianforte
MT-AL

  • Pled guilty to assault after body-slamming a reporter
  • Donated millions to anti-choice organizations and causes
  • Said he would support defunding Planned Parenthood

Rep. Frank LoBiondo
NJ-02

  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women
  • Voted for a national abortion ban

Rep. Leonard Lance
NJ-07

  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women
  • Voted for a national abortion ban

Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen
NJ-11

  • Voted for the House Republican health care plan to kick 23 million people off their insurance
  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women

Rep. Steve Pearce
NM-02

  • Voted for the House Republican health care plan to kick 23 million people off their insurance
  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women

Rep. Lee Zeldin
NY-01

  • Voted for the House Republican health care plan to kick 23 million people off their insurance
  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women

Rep. John Faso
NY-19

  • Voted for the House Republican health care plan to kick 23 million people off their insurance
  • Voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Called Roe v. Wade a “black mark” on the country

Rep. Elise Stefanik
NY-21

  • Voted for the House Republican health care plan to kick 23 million people off their insurance
  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women

Rep. John Katko
NY-24

  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women
  • Said he would vote to repeal Roe v. Wade

Rep. Chris Collins
NY-27

  • Voted for the House Republican health care plan to kick 23 million people off their insurance
  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women

Rep. Steve Chabot
OH-01

  • Voted for the House Republican health care plan to kick 23 million people off their insurance
  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women

Rep. Dave Joyce
OH-14

  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women
  • Voted for a national abortion ban

Rep. Ryan Costello
PA-06

  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women
  • Voted for a national abortion ban

Rep. Pat Meehan
PA-07

  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women
  • Voted for a national abortion ban

Rep. Lloyd Smucker
PA-16

  • Voted for the House Republican health care plan to kick 23 million people off their insurance
  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to restrict access to reproductive care for Pennsylvania women

Rep. Mark Sanford
SC-01

  • Voted for the House Republican health care plan to kick 23 million people off their insurance
  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women

Rep. John Culberson
TX-07

  • Voted for the House Republican health care plan to kick 23 million people off their insurance
  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women

Rep. Will Hurd
TX-23

  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women
  • Voted for a national abortion ban

Rep. Pete Sessions
TX-32

  • Voted for the House Republican health care plan to kick 23 million people off their insurance
  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women

Rep. Scott Taylor
VA-02

  • Voted for the House Republican health care plan to kick 23 million people off their insurance
  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted for a more extreme version of the Hyde Amendment

Rep. Dave Brat
VA-07

  • Voted for the House Republican health care plan to kick 23 million people off their insurance
  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women

Rep. Barbara Comstock
VA-10

  • Voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women
  • Voted for a national abortion ban

Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers
WA-05

  • Voted for the House Republican health care plan to kick 23 million people off their insurance
  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women

Rep. Dave Reichert
WA-08

  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women
  • Voted for a national abortion ban

Rep. Paul Ryan
WI-01

  • Voted for the House Republican health care plan to kick 23 million people off their insurance
  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women

Governors

Over two-thirds of governors' seats are up for election in 2018, and these are some of the most vulnerable Republicans.

Gov. Larry Hogan
MD-GOV

  • Appointed a Trumpcare-proponent to head a top health care post in Maryland
  • Vetoed paid sick leave legislation

Gov. Kim Reynolds
IA-GOV

  • Reynolds led Iowa as one-third of the state’s Planned Parenthood clinics were shuttered cutting off health care services to nearly 15,000 people
  • Reynolds has been part of an administration that approved a 20-week abortion ban in addition to curtailing collective bargaining and placing further restrictions on voting
  • As Governor, Reynolds defended the Senate Republican Leader in a $2.2 million sexual harassment case

Gov. Chris Sununu
NH-GOV

  • Sununu was the deciding vote in an attempt to defund Planned Parenthood in NH
  • Sununu approved a “fetal homicide” bill that could put the state on the path to recognizing personhood for fetuses
  • Refused to disavow Donald Trump after footage surfaced of the presidential candidate bragging about sexually assaulting women
  • During his gubernatorial campaign, Sununu listed the pro-life legislation he would support as Governor, including a late-term abortion ban and a health care worker conscience act

State Legislatures

Republican-controlled state legislatures have been on the forefront of turning back the clock on women's rights and shortchanging working families. These chambers represent some of the worst, and we're ready to hold them accountable in 2018.

Michigan House

  • Michigan’s House Republicans passed legislation to create a revenue stream for anti-choice organizations and crisis pregnancy centers that manipulate information and mislead women
  • Michigan’s House Republicans passed legislation to change the public school employee pension system that puts teachers’ retirement system at risk
  • Michigan’s House Republicans introduced legislation to defund Planned Parenthood in Michigan

Ohio Senate

  • Ohio Senate Republicans passed legislation to effectively ban abortions after 14 weeks
  • Ohio Senate Republicans introduced legislation to force women to choose cremation or burial after an abortion or face criminal charges
  • Ohio Senate Republicans passed a 20-week abortion ban

Virginia House of Delegates

  • Virginia House Republicans introduced a 20-week abortion ban without exceptions for rape or incest
  • Virginia House Republicans voted to defund Planned Parenthood and cut access to services like contraception, STI testing and treatment, and cancer screenings
  • Virginia House Republicans filed legislation to force women to sign a misleading, inaccurate consent form intended to intimidate and shame women

Pennsylvania House and Senate

  • Pennsylvania House Republicans introduced and Senate Republicans passed 20-week abortion ban legislation
  • Pennsylvania Senate Republicans introduced legislation to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Pennsylvania Senate Republicans introduced legislation to allow medical providers to refuse service to women seeking abortions/reproductive health care

North Carolina House

  • North Carolina House Republicans introduced personhood legislation
  • North Carolina House Republicans introduced legislation placing onerous regulations on physicians and requiring inaccurate and misleading information be forced on women
  • North Carolina House Republicans voted to give funding to anti-choice, anti-woman crisis pregnancy centers

New Hampshire General Court (House and Senate)

  • Republicans of the New Hampshire General Court passed legislation to codify fetal homicide into law so hurriedly and haphazardly that they unintentionally wrote a provision to allow pregnant women to kill with impunity
  • New Hampshire House Republicans introduced legislation to repeal existing law that provides for a buffer zone to keep protesters at bay around abortion clinics
  • New Hampshire House Republicans introduced legislation banning abortions after 21 weeks and 5 days without exceptions for victims of rape or incest

Minnesota House

  • Minnesota House Republicans introduced legislation requiring data on abortions via telemedicine to be reported
  • House Republicans ​voted to remove abortion ​​services ​for women ​​covered by state-​s​ponsored ​h​ealth ​c​are ​p​rograms

Wisconsin Senate

  • Wisconsin Senate Republicans introduced a bill prohibiting the state from offering health insurance coverage to state employees for abortion services
  • Wisconsin Senate Republicans introduced a bill severely limiting how University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinic employees can facilitate abortion services

Washington State Senate

  • For the most recent legislative session scored by NARAL, every last Washington Senate Republican earned a failing or nearly failing grade when it came to voting in favor of reproductive rights
  • Washington Senate Republicans introduced parental notification legislation

Colorado Senate

  • Not a single Colorado Senate Republican could muster a passing ​record​ on reproductive rights
  • Colorado Senate Republicans introduced legislation to make women undergo ultrasounds and physicians to inform them of supposed "abortion reversal"
  • Colorado Senate Republicans voted against allowing access of up to 12 months of birth control at a time

Statewide

These statewide officials ​have shameful records of restricting voting rights, hurting working families, and obstructing women's health care rights, and we can replace them in 2018.

Paul Pate
Iowa Secretary of State

  • Pushed a voter identification law requiring Iowans have state-issued IDs in order to vote
  • Complied with most of Trump’s request for voter information

Mark Brnovich
Arizona Attorney General

  • Tried to force a health clinic to hand over names and records of women who had had an abortion
  • Approved a rule requiring health clinics to report what happens to the remains of aborted fetuses

Michele Reagan
Arizona Secretary of State

  • Voted to allow the state to search abortion clinics without a warrant
  • Voted to defund Planned Parenthood in Arizona
  • Voted to allow companies to deny women contraception coverage due to religious concerns